Clarence August Patzloff
Clarence was unfortunately taken to soon on 07/10/19 in a head on collision at age 57. He was driving the vehicle with his mother Janice, whom also was taken. While details are still unknown, it is with great sadness the family not only lost one but two staples of greatness.
Clarence was born September 15th, 1961 to Janice and Clem in Lincoln, Ne. Clarence moved around some as a child but eventually planted his roots in Lincoln where he raised his daughter Jamie and granddaughter Chloe. He recently had moved to Milligan to help his mom Jan take care of the property she owned. In the recent months he was so excited with the progress of the house and his rat rod project.
Clarence spent his days making someone’s trash his treasure. He was able to see the potential of all things around him. He admired the beauty in the world and always found the time to enjoy the small things. He spent a lot of his free time with his Princess, Chloe. Their bond was unbreakable.
Clarence believed anything that made him happy was worth enduring, even if only for a minute. He lived in the moment and never took his time with the ones he loved for granted. The unfortunate loss of a remarkable man has impacted the lives of many. It was very unlikely you’d see him without a happy go lucky smile on his face. He’d light up a room just by entering it.
Clarence is survived by his daughter Jamie Patzloff, grand daughter Chloe and significant other Kim Turek. Siblings Connie Lewis(Scott); Jim Wilson, Bob Wilson and Ed Silva.
The family asks that you join them for a fundraiser on Saturday August 3rd, 2019 at Pub bar behind Burger King on 48th and Holdrege from 1-4pm. There will also be a Celebration of Life on August 4th, 2019 in the Auld Pavilion at Antelope Park in Lincoln starting at 10am. Breakfast will be served. If you are unable to attend the fundraising event but would like to make a donation you can make it out to the Memorial of Clarence Patzloff. These are not formalwear events. You can reach out to Jamie at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
Condolences for Clarence August Patzloff
I’m going to miss that great big smile. You were a great father and grandfather. I’m sure you’ll be watching over them. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to see you in a while.
I am so sorry to hear of Clarence passing. He was a childhood friend & I remember him at our house a lot on Fairfax Street. He was so funny & Lord he talked ALL the time. Such a character. He certainly will be missed!
Unexpected loss is the hardest to take. I send heart felt condolences to all. Clarence was truely one of the kindest and gentle person i ever knew. He will be truely missed by me
Losing a brother is the worst emotion a sister can feel. From the time he was born he was a beautiful baby the sweetest person. I will miss him always.